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From the Mabel Hoggard Papers (MS-00565) -- Personal papers file. This scrapbook contains mainly newspaper clippings and greeting cards to Mabel Hoggard from friends and family.

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CANDLELIGHT VESPER SERVICE
“After He Had Risen”
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Al-
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EASTER CANDLELIGHT VESPER SERVICE
"AFTER HE HAD RISEN"
Organ Prelude:
Processional Hymn—“Sing with All
Sing with all the sons of glory,
Sing the resurrection song!
Death and sorrow, earth’s dark story, to the former days belong:
All around the clouds are breaking, Soon the storms of time shall cease
In God s likeness, man awaking, Knows the everlasting peace.
0 what glory, far exceeding
All that eye has yet perceived!
Holiest hearts for ages pleading, Never that full joy conceived.
God has promised, Christ prepares it, on high our welcome waits;
Every humble spirit shares it, Christ has passed th' eternal gates.
b. Hymn—1
What grace, 0 Lord, and beauty shone -Around Thy steps below!
What patient love was seen in all Thy life and death of woe!
Fof- ever on Thy burdened heart A weight of sorrow hung;
Yet no ungentle, murmuring word Escaped Thy silent tongue.
'crncc to the JVo'meii
Raise the Strain”
'Tis the spring of souls today:
- Christ hath burst His prison, Fr?”Ahe Rostand gloom of death A nu and hfe have risen.
All the winter of our sins, Long and dark, is flying ®ls light, to whom we give 1 hanks and praise undying.
now we cry
the Sons of Glory”
L1rL?telral! H,eav’n rejoices:
Jesus lives who once was dead- J°rL-8i m?n’the deathless voices '
Child of God, lift up thy head' %«W Suf>Om -the distant ages, Prnnhlt al ^png for their heaven Prophets, psalmists, seers, and sae-es’
All await the glory given. & ’
Life eternal! O what wonders
Crowd on faith; what joy unknown When^amidst earth’s closing th™’
Samts shall stand before the throne' Oh, to enter that bright portal,
Know,
Th“
'■e to the Ten and to Thomas
Risen Today”
L°lXSia!edeeming work is done> F°Ieluhia!the fight’ the battle won> D^iaip vain f«bids Him rise, C1luia! °Pened ^radise, Alle-
SAIleISa?0W Where Christ has led.
° AlleMa! Ament116 the skies’
■ -J:19-29)
4 BY m sn ah R Liveth’’—Handel
* "i inh SEA OF GA7.II FF rr- »
LEE His Appearance to the Seven
a.
ader By the Sea Again (John 21:1-14)
b.
Anthem—“Eternal Life”— Wilson
c.
Poem—“The Light of Easter” t ir u
faster —J. Harold Gwynne
InAa of death and sorrow, gloom;
Of thp cLea-r tbe Angel’s message
Ui the Saviour s empty tomb.
WNTvermor7th right seem buried, nevermore to come to light- lvafLpSeek thejr resurrection By the risen Saviour’s might!
When our pathway down the future
Is obscure and filled with dread-
Let us trust the God of heaven
Who upraised Him from the dead!
With our hearts bereft and lonely
Lefns °ur.Ioved ones gone away;
L For kvinZ Master
r or the light of Easter day!
Give us faith, O blessed Saviour,
be Victors in the strife;
With the cross our badge of service
And our crown eternal life! ’
Worship with Tithes and Offerings
Offertory
Call to Worship and Invocation Prayer
1. IN JOSEPH’S GARDEN—His Appear,
a. Hymn—“Come, Ye Faithful,
Co“e’.3? faithful, raise the strain c j triumphant gladness:
God hath brought His people forth
Into joy from sadness.
Now rejoice, Jerusalem,
And with true affection
Welcome in unwearied strains
Jesus resurrection.
“Allehiia!” r„„
To our King Immortal,
Wa°\t,nUJnPK?nt’ burst the bars
“Aii i • dark Portal;
Alleluia! with the Son,
«aii°i Father praising;
Alleluia! yet again
To the Spirit raising. Amen.
b. Reader— The Resurrection News (Mt. 28:1-10; Jn. 20-11-18)
2 m pAAn"™lN JosEPH’s Lovely Garden”—Dickinson
a LX h"1MAUS7^ * Cl^S ** Companion
a. Header His Living Presence (Luke 24:13-35)
_ b' ®ymn What Grace, 0 Lord, and Beauty Shone”
ThTi/°tS-mi£ht kate, despise, revile, J-hy friends unfaithful prove;
Unweaned in forgiveness still, Ihy heart could only love.
0 give us hearts to love like Thee!
Like Thee, O Lord, to grieve
Far more for others’ sins than all
1 ne wrongs that we receive.
°ne with Thyself, may every eve Th? ,Thy brethren, see
Frn^nt e"eSSTand grace that spring From union, Lord, with Thee. Amen.
3. IN THE UPPER ROOM-ffis Appearanc,
a. Hymn—“Christ the Lord Is
C1lifiSa!the L°rd is risen today> Alle-
Sons of men and angels say, Alleluia'
Alleluia! ^"d triAhs“
SiMa!heaVenS’ and earth r^ly,
L1lXiafain °Ur gIorious King, Al- WAneIui°! is now thy sting?
°Mui5 died’ °Ur souls io save, Al-
^Allel'uia!^ lasting grave?
b. Reader Peace at Eventide (John 20:19-29)
. S°Pran0 Solo-“I Know That My Redeemer

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I wEh^S;T^Xy®(<aS ba"d’ ?nd “us4ic> s‘uden‘s ?re pictured with their new music instructor, Loren
rnw^’r™ fUn“i,!y giving free instructions to the young musicians. Pictured above, in the third
'row from left to right, are: Jerry McCulloch, Bill Busch, Allen Wheeler, Jerry Bogard, Brand Aber-
John Honeycutt. Second row from left to right are: Gretchen Harris, Kathryn Blackman,
Jack Dix, Ray Abercrombie, David Logan, Louise Davis, Elmo Bruner. In the front row, Loren Cross,
***e band instructor; John O Conner and David Harris are pictured.
b-'vUjl'ii 0~^r
TOOTLERS—Las Vegas band, and music, students are pictured with their new music instructor r»™
Cross, who is currently giving free instructions to the young musicianskic^red^
row from left to right, are: Jerry McCulloch, Bill Busch, Allen”E JerryFrnnd Aher
Jack ni^np ° 4\ OneyT-tt- Second row from left to right are: GretcheA Harris”Kathryn ma^M'
Jack Dix, Ray Abercrombie, David Logan, Louise Davis, Elmo Bruner. In the front rowf Loren Cross’,
the band instructor; John O Conner and David Harris are pictured. ’
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y rn^^^M^^TOESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1948 /
! Rev. J. C. Hoggard To Attend
i World Church Meeting Abroad I
Sailing Tomorrow
To Holland Parley
A.M.E. Zion Pastor
main theme is
and God’s De-
The Rev. J. Clinton Hoggard,
pastor of the Institutional A.M.E.
Zion and vice-chairman of the
Municipal Housing Authority, will
sail for Europe tomorrow aboard
k the 8. 8. Washington to act as his
' denomination’s official youth dele-
I gate at the World Assembly of the
| Council of Churches from Aug.
i 22 to Sept. 4 in Amsterdam.
The Yonkers minister is one of
100 youth delegates from couni
tries all over the world who will
■ represent their church groups at
the conference. Of the 100 youth
i delegate seats at the assembly,
America was allotted 14. Mr. Hogi
gard was chosen as the one official
. representative allotted to
' .A-.- M. Ek Zvbn '
To Visit England
! He will leave tomorrow noon
I from Pier 61 in New York City,
' and will arrive in England on Aug.
! 18 He plans, he said, to spend
> three days there before going on
I to Amsterdam and the conference.
■ He is scheduled to return to Yon-
\ kers on Sept. 19.
i The assembly’s
"Man’s Disorder ......
\ sign." Its purpose is to strengthen
\ Christian unity throughout the
Other themes to be considered
! are the universal church in God s
! design, God’s design and mans
! witness, the church and the disorder
and the church and mternai
tional affairs.
Eastern Orthodox
110 delegates from,
in continental Europe, 60
from churches of Great!
and Eire, 90 delegates!
churches of the United
450 Leaders To Attend
Attending the assembly will be
450 church leaders, lay and clerical
• There will be 85 delegates
from the
churches,
churches in
delegates
Britain
from . . [
States and Canada, 50 delegates
from the churches of Asia, Africa,!
Latin America and the Pacific Is-!
lands, 25 delegates from the!
churches of South Africa and Aus-|
I tralia and 30 delegates from mis- f
cellaneous minority churches 1
throughout the world. Represen-1
j tatives will be sent front ^26 J
church groups in 39 different!
countries. They will. include 27 I
' American church bodies. M
Mr. Hoggard was designated as 1
! his denomination’s official , youth «
I delegate by the Board of Bishops, |
I tmhee ntC hanrids tiathne EHdouacradt ioonf FDoerpeaigrtn- #I
’ Missions of the A. M. E. Zionb
' Church. •, M

The Fifth district meeting at
Whitesville elected Sid P. Goodman
of Williamson to represent
them at the national convention
in Milwaukee in September.
5 Las Vegas Review-Journal Tuesday, Nov. 8,1949
Mae
a 9
and
Hale,
B. H.
DMA
Legion Dance
Draws Crowd
HENDERSON, Nov. 8—One of
the largest crowds in the history
of the town attended the
American Legion Fall Festival
dance at the plant cafeteria
building Saturday evening.
Music for d a n c i n g was furnished
by Tommy Nelson’s orchestra
and at the demand of .the
crowd, the dancing was extended
another hour. The grand
door prize was won by Mrs.
Charles Bontrager. Other door
prizes were given during the
evening.
Refreshments were served by
the women of the auxiliary and
they announced they were completely
sold out by 11 p.m. The
two organizations wish to thank
all those who assisted in making
the dance a success.
Published daily except Saturday,!
Review-Journal Building, 118 South!
First street. Las Vegas, Nevada, by!
Southwestern Publishing Co., Inc.
National Advertising Representatives!
Southwestern Dailies
New York, Chicago, Dallas, Denver,!
Geo. D. Close Co., San Franciso.
Los Angeles
Entered at the postoffice, Las Ve-|
gas, Nevada, as second class matter. |
Subscription rates: 35 cents perl
week. ;
November 6, 1949
Admitted'
Everett Bloyd.
Mrs. Ferris Bunker
Robert A. Lindhe
George Epperson
John Deering
Mrs. Reed Collett
Ted V. Quist
Mrs. Archie Washington
CITY ELECTION
POLL OFFICIALS
ARE APPOINTED
Mrs. Hugh B. McKinnie
Lee Taylor
Dismissed
Edward Fitzgerald
Mrs. Dewey Lloyd
H. J. Proctor Sr.
Mrs. Doris Mae Marsh
Miss Isabella Roberts
Mrs. Edward C. Weaver and
daughter
Everett Bloyd
John Deering
November 5, 1949
Admitted
Doris M. Marsh
Mrs. David Hoggard
Mildred Russell
Peter TsOuras
Eli Ponton
Mrs. Minnie Maupin
E, F. Kraus
Dismissed
John Credon
Craig Stewart
Jennifer Adlum
Ilene L. Hill
Mrs. James Minor
Mrs. James C. Heryford
daughter
Mrs. Floyd F. Day
Eddie Fayle
•ad BOULDER CITT JOURNAL
•Statistics
Settle,
E.’ 8.
Precinct No. 4—Conley Ryan
‘clerk: e. P. Young and Howard
.Barley, commissioners.
Precinct No. 5 — Luther Gib
more, clerk; Tedd Haynes and W.
R. Hendricks, commissioners.
Clerks and commissioners for
the city election to be held June 8
have been named by council,
One commissioner and one
clerk in each precinct to represent
I the Democratic party and one
clerk and one c o m m i s -
sioner to represent the Republican
party were named on the
recommendations of the respective
city chairmen. One commissioner
for each precinct was named by
council.
Complete election boards are as
follows;
Democrats
Precinct No. 1—H. J. Smith,
clerk; George Jude and Bill Pitts,
commissioners.
Precinct No. 2—Emery
clerk; Jimmy Cook and
Jones, commissioners.
Precinct No. 3—A. K
clerk; Ballard Hall and'
Campbell, commissioners.
General Hospital
November 4, 1949
Admitted
Craig Stewart
Jennifer Adlum
Mrs. Sarah Moore
Henry G. Stormes
Mrs. W. E. Berry
Dismissed
Mr. Gordon Bain
Mrs. Edith Wright
Births
To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dawson,
124 Adams, Westside, a girl,
born 11:43 p.m. November 4,
1949.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Ray N. Salazar, 27, Socorro,
New Mexico, and Alice May Lester,
18, Las Vegas.
Floyd McKinley Linn, 51, and
Pearl Linn, 47, both Las Vegas.
John Thomas Little, 45, and
Geneva Ruth Yates, 25, both Las
Vegas.
Jack Kaye Kiehl, 37, and Anne
Sprague 24, both of Las Vegas.
George Arthur McDaniel, 46,
and Marian Robertson, 39, both
Las Vegas.
James Bernard Salter, 43, Columbus,
Georgia, and Lillie
Smith, 38, Las Vegas.
Delegate from Fifth'
j
WWWWWWW
■& ijSa I
The Fifth district meeting at
Whitesville elected Sid P. Goodman
of Williamson to represent
them at the national convention
I in Milwaukee in September.
Delegate from FiftH.
5 Las Vegas Re view-Journal Tuesday, Nov. 8,1949
•Statistics
ui BOULDER CITY JOURNAL
Mae
and
Hale,
B. H.
Settle,
E.’ S.
Legion Donee |
Draws Crowd
HENDERSON, Nov. 8—One of
the largest crowds in the his- \
tory of the town attended the
American Legion Fall Festival i
dance at the plant cafeteria i
building Saturday evening. •
Music for d a n c i n g was fur-!
nished by Tommy Nelson’s orch-!
estra and at the demand of .the i
crowd, the dancing was extended
another hour. The grand ,
door prize was won by Mrs. 1
Charles Bontrager. Other door
prizes were given during the I
evening.
Refreshments were served by!
the women of the auxiliary and!
they announced they were completely
sold out by 11 p.m. The >
two organizations wish to thafik;
all those who assisted in making ?
the dance a success.
CITY ELECTION
POLL OFFICIALS
ARE APPOINTED
Published daily except Saturday,
Review-Journal Building, 118 South;
First street, Las Vegasi Nevada, by I
Southwestern Publishing Co., Inc.
National Advertising Representatives)
Southwestern Dailies
New York, Chicago, Dallas, Denver,!
Geo. D. Close Co., San Franciso.
Los Angeles
Entered at the postoffice, Las Vegas,
Nevada, as second class matter.
Subscription rates: 35 cents perl
week. I
Mrs. Hugh B. McKinnle
Lee Taylor
Dismissed
Edward Fitzgerald
Mrs. Dewey Lloyd
H. J. Proctor Sr.
Mrs. Doris Mae Marsh
Miss Isabella Roberts
Mrs. Edward C. Weaver and
daughter
Everett Bloyd
John Deering
November 6, 1949
Admitted
Everett Bloyd.
Mrs. Ferris Bunker
Robert A. Lindhe
George Epperson
John Deering
Mrs. Reed Collett
Ted V. Quist
Mrs. Archie Washington
November 5, 1949
Admitted
Doris M. Marsh
Mrs. David Hoggard
Mildred Russell
Peter Tsouras
Eli Ponton
Mrs. Minnie Maupin
E. F. Kraus
Dismissed
John Credon
Craig Stewart
Jennifer Adlum
Ilene L. Hill
Mrs. James Minor
Mrs. James C. Heryford
daughter
Mrs. Floyd F. Day
Eddie Fayle
Clerks and commissioners for
the city election to be held'June 8
have been named by council.
One commissioner and one
clerk in each precinct to represent
the Democratic party and one
clerk and one -commissioner
to represent the Republican
party were named on the
recommendations of the respective
city chairmen. One commissioner!
for each precinct was named by
council.
Complete election boards are as
follows:
Democrats
Precinct No. 1—H. J. Smith,
clerk; George Jude and Bill Pitts,
commissioners.
Precinct No. 2—Emery
clerk; Jimmy Cook and
Jones, commissioners.
Precinct No. 8—A. K.
clerk; Ballard Hall and
Campbell, commissioners.
Precinct No. 4—Conley Ryan,
clerk: E. P. Young and Howard
Farley, commissioners.
Precinct No. 5 — Luther Gilmore,
clerk; Tedd Haynes and W.
R. Hendricks, commissioners.
General Hospital
November 4, 1949
Admitted
Craig Stewart
Jennifer Adlum
Mrs. Sarah Moore
Henry G. Stormes
Mrs. W. E. Berry
Dismissed
Mr. Gordon Bain
Mrs. Edith Wright
Births
To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dawson,
124 Adams, Westside, a girl,
born 11:43 p.m. November 4,
1949.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Ray N. Salazar, 27, Socorro,
New Mexico, and Alice May Lester,
18, Las Vegas.
Floyd McKinley Linn, 51, and
Pearl Linn, 47, both Las Vegas.
John Thomas Little, 45, and
Geneva Ruth Yates, 25, both Las
Vegas.
Jack Kaye Kiehl, 37, and Anne
Sprague 24, both of Las Vegas.
George Arthur McDaniel, 46,
and Marian Robertson, 39, both
Las Vegas.
James Bernard Salter, 43, Columbus,
Georgia, and Lillie
Smith, 38, Las Vegas.
Los Angeles Times9
'949-
M
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Honoring His Race, Country and Home Town
Its
dispreside
a Holly-1
program at which j
Pandit, Indian. Amthe
United States,
the Spingarn Medal
d when
current
don for
rterday.
ie Na-
Lvancee
condl,
44-
told a
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United
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HOPEFUL—Faith in the United Nations was expressed
by Dr. Ralph J. Bunche on arrival here. With him were
(at top) his son Ralph Jr. and, below from left, his wife,
Mrs. Ruth Bunche, and daughters Joan, 16, and June, 17.
Times Photo
MM
Refuses Reply to Robeson
Asked to comment on remarks
made by Singer Paul Robeson to
the effect that Negroes would not
support the United States in a
war against Russia, Dr. Bunche
smilingly stated, "I have always
admired Mr. Robeson’s singing'
more than his social philosophy.
He is an individual and I do not
believe in dignifying his remarks
with a comment.”
He said he could do more for
his race through the United Nations,
"a truly international
group,” than he could do by accepting
a high governmental position.
** While here he and his family
will be guests at the Beverly
Hills home of Will Rogers Jr.
K
M
"But,” he continued, "this does
not mean that the battle for full
recognition of colored trade unionists
has been won ... We must
now bend our energies to eliminating
segregation among unions.”
The speaker attacked- 8en.
Taft of Ohio for his share in the
Taft-Hartley Act which, he said,
gave the colored campaign
greatest setback.”
Program at Bowl
In the afternoon a panel
cussion on labor and employment
was conducted with Frank H.
Barnes of Santa Monica as chairman.
Others were Hobart La
Gtone, Albuquerque, N.M.; Ernesto
Garlarza, Washington, D.C.;
Charles McLean, Winston-Salem,
N.C.; James Anderson, Los Angeles,
and George L-P Weaver
I and Mitchell of Washington, D C.
Last night the Rev. J. Raymond
Henderson, pastor of the church,
spoke on "The Role of the Church
in Social Action Programs.”
Today the convention will hear •
the reports of the nomination and
resolutions committees preceding
adjournment.
Tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. Gov.!
William H. Hastie of the Virgin;
Islands will
wood Bowl
Mme. V. J.
bassador to
will present
to Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, United
Nations mediator for Palestine.
teen a
ly exle
or-i
ations
\ Ger-
"The
ntries
war,”
ssents
V.
lulled
probtmossolus
case
f final
ek be-
Arab
Ralph
mediarrival
te TTr,-- :
tntes
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on
‘its
dispreside
a't a Hollyprogram
at which
Pandit, Indian, Amthe
United States,
the Spingarn Medal
3 when
burrent
tion for
iterday.
: final
ek be-
Arab
Ralph
I mediarrival
|ie Naivancee
con-
111, 44-
told a
iim at
fere is
hicism
tlnited
(of the
Refuses Reply to Robeson
Asked to comment on remarks
made by Singer Paul Robeson to
the effect that Negroes would not
support the United States in a
war against Russia, Dr.. Bunche
smilingly stated, “I have always
admired Mr. Robeson’s singing
more than his social philosophy.
He is an individual and I do not
believe in dignifying his remarks
with a comment.”
He said he could do more for
his race' through the United Nations,
“a truly international
group,” than he could do by accepting
a high governmental position.
“While here .he and his family
will be guests at the Beverly
Hills home of Will Rogers Jr.
^wixovxuuuoiiai provisions.
“But,” he continued, “this does
not mean that the battle for full
recognition of colored trade unionists
has been won .. We must
now bend our energies to eliminating
segregation among unions.”
The speaker attacked. Sen.
■ Taft of Ohio for his share in the
Taft-Hartley Act which, he said,
gave the colored campaign
greatest setback.”
Program at Bowl
In the afternoon a panel
cussion on labor and employment
\ was conducted with Frank H.
: Barnes of Santa Monica as chairman.
Others were Hobart La
G'rone, Albuquerque, N.M.; Ernesto
Garlarza, Washington, D.C.;
Charles McLean, Winston-Salem,
N.C.; James Anderson, Los Anigeles,
and George L-P Weaver
| and Mitchell of Washington, D C.
| Last night the Rev. J. Raymond
I Henderson, pastor of the church,
I spoke on “The Role of the Church
i in Social Action Programs.”
Today the convention will hear
the reports Of the nomination and
resolutions committees preceding
adjournment.
Tomorrow at 2:3V p.m. Gov.
William H. Hastie of the Virgin!
Islands will
wood Bowl
Mme. V. J.
bassador to
Will present
to Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, United
Nations mediator for Palestine.
een a
y exie
orations
I Ger-
] “The
ptries
war,”!
isents'
julledj
jprob-j
Itmos-i
solu-!’
t case'
SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1949
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Hog Angeles Times» sat., july is, i949-partii . $
HOPEFUL—Faith in the United Nations was expressed
by Dr. Ralph J. Bunche on arrival here. With him were
(at top) his son Ralph Jr. and, below from left, his wife,
Mrs. Ruth Bunche, and daughters Joan, 16, and June, 17.
Times photo
JChurch Reception | For J. C. Hoggards Attended By 500
| More than 500 guests attended^

a reception given by th^ congre-1 Igation of the Institutional AME j

Zion Church in honor of their I 1 pastor, the Rev? J. Clinton Hog- tgard) and his bride, the former/ J Miss Eva Wood Stanton of Pitts- I /burgh, Pa., Friday night in the
parish hall.
I Guests attended from Yonkers I land many other sections'of West-1 fChester and from New Jersey,! | New. York, Washington, D. C., j I Chicago, Ill., and Pittsburgh.
Among thosQ from Yonkers | were Mayor Edith P. Welty; City! Judge Fay; Salvatore S. Faranda, I chairman of the Municipal Hous-1 ing Authority; Edward J. Free-] man, vice-chairman of the authority; Joseph J. McCann, the authority’s secretary - director, and members of the authority’s office staff.
Clergymen and their wives from I many other churches throughout the city also attended, together I with a number of ministers of the! New York Annual Conference of | the AME Zion Church and mem-1 1 bers qf the board of directors of | I the Nepperhan Community Cen- ? Iter, the Yonkers branch of the I National Association for the Ad-! / vancement of Colored People and? I the Social Planning Council.
j On the receiving line were Mr] I and Mrs. Hoggard and their re-1 | spective relatives £nd the tipsteeq and stewards of the Institutional!
I AME Zion Church.
j Refreshments were served un-/ fl-der the chairmanship of Mrs. Jo-' Isepjh P. Sawyer, a church trustee. I Hostesses werd7 (th’e presidents I of the church’s liferent clubs and | auxiliaries. Mu; c was furnished! ! by Frederick W. Bell, church or-! | ganist.
I The hall was decorated with sil-l vered Christmas trees and silver-! led pine branches. Quests entered! | the hall through an arch, decora-! ted with pine boughs. Wedding! gifts were on display in the! church’s pririiary rooms.
_ THE PITTSBURGH COURIES NT
7 jStantoivHoggard Rites Performed in Pittsburgh
at
“Miss
raise
the title of
the drive to
STANTON-HOGGARD WEDDING PARTY-The Rev. and Mrs.
James Clinton Hoggard are pictured with members of their
bridal party and officiating ministers following their elaborate
wedding at Wesley Center AME Zion Church in Pittsj
of honor was her sister,
i Marian Stanton Taylor of
sYork City, Bridesmaids were
jSymera Hoggard, sister of
] groom of Yonkers, Mrs. Inez
'mack McDonald, Miss Anne
ler and Miss Sylvia King, junior
3 bridesmaid.
Th& pretty little flower girls were
1 Marilyn Cobb, niece of the bride
land Patricia Prattis. and Lindsay
i Allen.
The attendants wore gowns the
I color of the rainbow. The matron
| of honor and the flower girls were
| of bluish pink. Blue, green and
| orchid were the shades of the
I bridesmaids. They carried white
I baby mums bouquets.
NEW ORLEANS — Several outstanding
junior debutantes are competing
for
Charity” the
Popular School Teacher!
Weds Yonkers Minister,:
burgh, Pa., last Saturday afternoon. The bride is the former
Miss Eva Stanton, prominent School teacher of Pittsburgh.
The groom is the pastor of the Constitutional AME Zion
Church in Yonkers, N. Y.-Sockwell Photo.
Sara Harvey, Marie Mellon, Lois
Shrader Curry, Lillian Reynolds,
Frances Lyons, Edna Jenkins, Bernice
Wade, Margaret Tardy Miles,
Ernestine Parks and Alpharetta
Calloway, most of whom are members
of the bride’s sorority.
Among those serving ds senior
aides were Mmes. Harold Butler,
George Brown, Wilbur Dcuglass,
R. L. Vann, Henry Lindsay, Ira
F. Lewis, Mary Douglas, Alice Willis,
Daisy E. Lampkin, Thomas
Barton, Clifton Morrison, Homer
S. Brown, Harry Conrad, John Denningr,
Betty Butler, George Gould,
AHce Brady and Johnny. Johnson.
STATISTICS
The bride who was a teacher at
A. Leo Weil School in this city,
received her masters degree in education
at the University of Pittsburgh
and she also attended Columbia
University, UCLA in California,
Vassar and Harvard University.
She is a member of Alpha Kappa
Alpha Sorority.
The groom is a graduate of Rutgers
College, and Columbia University’s
Theological School.
The couple left for a brief honeymoon
in New York City. They will
be feted at a reception at the
groom’s church in Yonkers on Friday,
and will make their home at
42 Irving Place in that city. .
Among the many pre-nuptial af- .
fairs was an elaborate shower
the palatial* Oakmont residence of
Mrs. R. L: Vann, giveh by* th:?
aides.
— “FORTIETH IN 50" —
Debs Compete For
'Miss Charity’ Title
By HAZEL GARLAND
(Courier Staff Writer)
PITTSBURGH—Before a background of palms and
I white mums, lovely Eva Wood Stanton, daughter of
, Mr. and Mrs John Stanton, prominent socialites of this citv,
OIoame the bride of the Rev. James Clinton Hoggard sonL
I boggard and pastor of the Constitutional'
■ AME Zion Church in Yonkers, N. Y. The 4:30 ceremony '
! “TL P'ace ^st Saturday afternoon at the Wesley Center '
i AME Zion Church here. *
impressive rites performed
! by Bishop WilliaiA Jacobs Walls of
J New York and Chicago, assisted
by the Rev. Charles H. Foggie, pastor
of Wesley Center and Father,
j Samuel D. Rudder, pastor of the
I Holy Cross Episcopal Church of
■; i Pittsburgh.
*OLD RESIDENTS
L The Stantons are old residents
| of Pittsburgh, and the bride is a
jschool teacher in the city, and a
jpopular member of the young social
set.
i Preceding the ceremony, Miss
Katherine Wallace, talented young,
Jsopraho, sang “Ava Maria” and
Tbb was accompanied
jby Miss Juanita Saunders organist
j of the church.
Given in marriage by her father,
J the bride was radiant in a gown
S of white candlelight satin, fashioned
j with a scalloped neckline, grecian
j midriff and full skirt which ended
J a court train. Her finger-tip
1 length veil of illusion was attached
Ito a julliet cap and she wore a
j single strand of pearls and carried
fa cascading bouquet of white baby
] mums, centered with a white or-
| chid:
I IN BRIDAL PARTY
Attending the bride as matron
Mrs.
NeW
Miss
the
Wo-
Butannual
of the
Olivia
party
Play-
Francis Haggard, brother of the
groom served as best man. Ushers
were the Rev. R. Pierce Johnson,
I Jack Denning and two other brothers
of the groom, Phillip and Aaron
Hoggard. They, wore striped trousers,
cut-away coats, grey -cravets
and carnation boutonnieres.-
RECEPTION FOLLOWS
Immediately following the wed-1
ding ceremony, a reception Was held
[in the lecture room of the church.
[Hundreds of socialites came to
[felicitate the happy newlyweds,
j Serving ag aides were the Misses
[Bette Hall, Frances Douglas, Olivia
[King, Jean Willis, Pratte Garrett,
Easter
Evans
G. Evans of
of the Southanfunds
for the
on the lawn
ground, Miss
the Women’s Division
ern Allied Civic Association,
nounced last week.
Contestants are Misses Althea
Washington, of Booker T. Washington
High School; Wylene Simms
and Jocelyn Williams, both of Mc-
Donogh 33 High School.
The women’s division of the
SACA met last week in the home
of Mrs. R; L. Johnson, 23^0 Upperlink
Strer/t, to complete plans for,
providing thousands of children
with baskets next Easter.